Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School including Ipswich Junior Grammar School is delighted to inform our School community of our 2021 Seniors’ academic outcomes. Almost all ATAR-eligible Seniors granted permission to the School to know their ATARs.
- 5.4% achieved an ATAR greater than or equal to 99 (Top 1% in Queensland).
- 17.4% achieved greater than or equal to 95 (Top 5%).
- 36% achieved greater than or equal to 90 (Top 10%).
- 67% achieved greater than or equal to 80 (Top 20%).
- The median ATAR is 85.50 indicating that 50% were placed in the top 15%.
- 95% of our Seniors were ATAR eligible thus showing our students’ aspirations for tertiary studies.
- 100% of our IGGS Seniors attained a Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) or a Queensland Certificate of Achievement (QCIA).
The 2021 Miss Tatham’s Memorial Prize for Dux of the School will be awarded to Tharani Murugananthan. Second in Year 12, a Gift of the Brisbane of Branch of the Old Girls Association, will be shared and awarded to Sarah Hay, Amandi Jayawardena and Meenal Sharma.
The following students will be acknowledged as 2021 Scholars at Scholars’ Assembly on 24 January 2022 and will be awarded a Full Pocket for Academic Excellence. Congratulations to all.
The School would also like to congratulate Sarah Hay for achieving 100% for Senior English.
The Seniors’ individual and collective achievements across all parts of their holistic education – academic, sport, Arts, service, social and personal development – show our Seniors’ remarkable diligence, perseverance, resilience, and aspiration. The students found encouragement and guidance in each other, their committed teachers, support staff and most importantly, their family networks.
Congratulations to our 2021 Seniors for growing into the confident, well-educated young women we all knew they could become and maintaining the School’s proud history of academic excellence in its 129th year.
Omnia Superat Diligentia – Diligence Overcomes All